Sonic Solutions, the Sonic logo, sonic.com, AuthorScript,
AutoCadence, AutoDVD, AutoSonic, cDVD, ConstantQ,
DVD Creator, DVD Fusion® for Macintosh, DVD
Ready, DVDit!, dvdit.com, DVD Producer, DVD Studio,
eDVD, First in DVD, hDVD, High-Density Audio, MyDVD,
OneClick DVD, PrePlay, sDVD, SonicCare, SonicClarity,
SonicStudio, SonicStudio HD, Streaming DVD, The
Business of DVD, The Easiest Way to Publish on DVD,
The Smartest Way to Publish on DVD, TimeTwist, Varispeed
and Where DVD Meets the Internet are trademarks
of Sonic Solutions.
NoNOISE® is a registered trademark of Sonic
Dolby Digital is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories,
Inc. Dolby Laboratories encourages use of the
Dolby Digital trademark to identify soundtracks
that are encoded in Dolby Digital. This is an
effective way to inform listeners of the soundtrack
format, and the use of a standard logo promotes
easy recognition in the marketplace. However,
like any trademark, the Dolby Digital logo may
not be used without permission. Dolby Laboratories
therefore provides a standard trademark license
agreement for companies who wish to use Dolby
trademarks. This agreement should be signed by
the company that owns the program material being
produced. Recording studios or production facilities
which provide audio production or encoding services
for outside clients generally do not require a
trademark license. If you would like more information
on obtaining a Dolby trademark license, please
contact Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Information on trademark licensing plus instructions
for using the Dolby Digital trademark and marking
audio formats can also be found online at http://www.dolby.com/.
Dolby Digital Surround Audio systems manufactured
under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Apple, the Apple logo, Finder, Macintosh, Power
Macintosh and QuickTime are registered trademarks
of Apple Computer, Inc.
Acrobat is a trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc.
All other company or product names are either
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